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Thursday, November 25, 2010

breast,plasma cell mastitis

Large rod shaped cacifications, multiple, sometimes branching and symetric in many cases. Note the dense, smooth, thick character that distinguishs these from the much softer, irregular, smaller calcifications of intraductal cancer.

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